The U.S. Department of Education wrapped up an investigation Friday into Forsyth County Schools' removal of certain books from libraries.
False claims about the 2020 presidential election by former President Donald Trump and his allies are spurring new interest in working the polls in Georgia and elsewhere for the upcoming midterm elections, but for different reasons.
Monday on Political Rewind: In a flyer for a now-canceled anti-Abrams protest, the Forsyth County GOP warn that Democrats were "crossing over our county border." Some say the move was a reminder of the county's racist history. Plus, Walker paints himself as an underdog ahead of the debate with Warnock.
NPR asked 36 people in Democratic-leaning Gwinnett County and Republican-leaning Forsyth County, Ga., what's on their minds heading into the midterms. Their answers are relevant to the entire country.
One school district in Georgia, Forsyth County Schools, banned 13 books, most of them pertaining to LGBTQ+ topics or centered on marginalized characters.
Ali Norris organized a countywide Out of the Darkness walk to raise awareness of and money for suicide prevention after losing her brother and a classmate.
Two months before the walk, a teacher in her school died by suicide.
One hundred years after white mobs in Forsyth County pushed out Black residents during the county's 1912 racial cleansing, descendants are returning to ensure their family stories are told.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: President Joe Biden marked the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre in Oklahoma yesterday. What is being done to address those horrendous parts of our history — here in Georgia and across the country?
A dead body was found inside the bathroom of a Walmart store in Georgia. Police were trying to determine Monday what happened. News outlets reported...
This year, more than 1,400 people in Georgia are expected to die from drug overdoses. That’s according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...